Dell Weekly Recap: Dell in the News (April 26 Edition)

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Welcome to the latest edition of Dell’s Weekly Recap, your guide to the week's Dell-related news and happenings.


A Shot at the 'American Dream' of Entrepreneurship – Huffington Post, April 23, 2013

A rise in the number of women-owned businesses and increasing the talent pool are both essential for global economic growth. Jennifer J. Davis, executive director of global consumer, SMB and brand communications, Dell, has outlined how Dell, through the Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network (DWEN), and its partnerships with organizations such as the UN Foundation, governments and universities, is committed to this cause with the target of aiding one million women entrepreneurs globally by 2015.


Contemplating Friday: Airbrushing Our Lives – TechPageOne, April 19, 2013

What do we lose when we airbrush not only our photos but our lives in social media? Other than five pounds of course.

Botnets Target Social Networks with Spam – CSO, April 22, 2013

The short lifespan of phony profiles, or “bots,” on social media networks is not deterring spammers from continuing to work their scams. Don Jackson, counter threat unit (CTU) senior security researcher, Dell SecureWorks, outlined how scam artists have their activity “down to a science.”

Phishing Gangs Exploit Videos of Boston, West Texas – USA Today, April 19, 2013

Massive volumes of malicious spam intended to propagate computer viruses by inducing people to click on infected YouTube links of the Boston bombing saga and the Texas fertilizer plant explosion were detected and blocked by Dell SecureWorks.

Dell Services Launches the Dell ProSupport Enterprise Suite to Help Customers Improve Performance of Critical Systems, Increase Productivity and Reduce Downtime – SC Cyberworld, April 2, 2013

The launch of Dell’s ProSupport Enterprise Suite has continued to generate media interest, reinforcing the organization’s role in delivering innovation and removing mobility obstacles.

Dell Piloting Sustainable Living Facility On Its Texas Headquarters – TechTaffy, April 18, 2013

Designed with the aim of teaching team members about sustainable gardening and healthy living, Dell launched a new eco-learning center at its headquarters campus

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